Marichela Sepe

Networks of places, technological landscapes and new connections

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The paper is about how networks and technologies are reshaping urban places, creating new forms of sociality by overlapping and connecting people and spaces. Networks are not regarded as communication technologies, but also and foremost as information and economic ecosystems interacting according to non codified logics, where market and communication codes overlap and create new temporalities, governance systems and spaces to be redesigned. The author argues that networks are both strategic devices allowing new possibilities of perception and social relationships, and tools to support environmental and socio-economic resilience.


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